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We took a local train to the TVG station where the rental car offices are located. We got all the documents signed and were ready to go when a loud clap of thunder sounded nearby. Then the sky opened up. The drops of water were huge and we cowered inside the office with a few other travelers to wait it out. The storm put on quite a show. The office staff siad a thunder storm was really unusual. We waited about 45 minutes until it looked safe, then got on ...
... du Rhône
Rick Steves’ Côtes du Rhône wine tour introduced us to more small villages. With names like and Crestet, Sablet, Seguret and Gigondas, each one has made-to-stroll lanes, spring-fed fountains and community laundry basins. These fountains still provide water for the homes and enable passing tourists to fill up their water bottles.
At the Le Col de la Chaîne Pass ...
... valley is all lavender. I now can tell why so many people like to live and vacation here. There are hilltop villages across the valley with red tile roofs and yellow stone walls and lavender shutters...with the blue skies it's charming.now we are passing thru Mirabel aux Baronnies. It's a little village on a hill with a pretty church and windy roads. Wer're off to Villedieu where Klaas stayed when they were younger.its a charming ...
... we headed home. Straight into the pool for some races on lilos. Oliver tended to win. I forced myself to do some sunbathing - and then realised that it was half past six! Sunbathing at half past six!!!?
Made tea, (during which we realised that all the saucisson we bought are actually Spanish! Grrrrr!) took 2 hours to eat, watered the geraniums, put the kids to bed and drank lots of wine! x
... in the 1300s. I successfully ordered us breakfast entirely in French and got a "bonne journee' in reply (yes!) and we window-shopped along the cobbled streets and walked the ancient walls of the city. Then, of course, we visited the famous bridge, singing 'Sur la Pont D'Avignon' along the way. At one point, this bridge was the only crossing between mainland France and the sea. It is slowly collapsing into the Rhone river and today only 4 of its iconic arches remain.
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Other places to stay in Vaison-la-Romaine
1, Place Montfort, Vaison-la-Romaine | 3 star hotelfrom $123
Les hauts de Vaison, Vaison-la-Romaine | 3 star hotelfrom $92
Quartier Chante Coucou - Le Crestet, Vaison-la-Romaine | Hotelfrom $89
Chemin de Sainte Croix, Vaison-la-Romaine | Hotelfrom $118
Les Auric, Route d'Avignon - D977, Vaison-la-Romaine | Hotelfrom $88